An assassin wants to hide out and ends up mistaken for the new town baker. Turns out, he likes baking, likes the small village he lands in and the quirky residents, and really likes the hot local veterinarian.
I enjoyed many things about this cute indie movie. It was set in a cozy village in England. Having no idea what a cozy village in England actually looks like, I can only assume this is correct. Do people in England think all of America looks like New York, Hollywood, or Los Angels? That everyone here resembles the actors on Baywatch and CSI? Anyway, I digress. Back to the movie.
There's the main romance between the assassin, Milo, and the vet, Rhiannon, which is done perfectly. Not too cutesy, not overly played. There's also an anti-romance between a henpecked husband and his wife (I mostly like this character, but he really is a wimp since he doesn't have the balls to stand up to the annoying woman who constantly berates him) and another surprise unrequited romance near the end. Then, make sure to watch the credits at the very end because there's another little romantic surprise.
An enjoyable movie with enough action to keep your attention and a few very odd scenes that will have you laughing unexpectedly.
I rented on Netflix and you can buy it on Amazon.
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